58-year-old Muscovite Vladimir Kostin from Nagatinsky Zaton wrote a denunciation of a fellow traveler on a train from Crimea for talking about the war. This was reported by the Telegram channel "Caution, Moscow".
Kostin was traveling on a train from Sevastopol to Moscow, with him in the compartment was a man named Maxim. According to the Muscovite, the man allowed himself to criticize the Russian Armed Forces and spoke negatively about the country. What kind of statements were made, is not specified. Maxim got off the train in Krasnodar, Kostin reported him to the police. Criticizing the army turned out to be a 50-year-old resident of Simferopol, now he is in Turkey. The report says that after his return, he will be interrogated due to talk about the war.
Denunciations after personal conversations in Russia are written not for the first time. The Russians report to the security forces both on teachers and on their own children. In August, 45-year-old English teacher Irina Gen was sentenced to five years probation in the case of "fake" about the army based on political hatred. Russians also call the police after they don't like talking in public places. In January, the spouses Aleksey and Olesya Ovchinnikov were detained in a restaurant after a denunciation for making anti-war statements in a personal conversation, and then sentenced to a fine of one thousand rubles and arrest for 15 days. The woman was fined, and the man was arrested. The security forces, who arrived on a call after a call from one of the restaurant's visitors, put the spouses on the floor, handcuffed them and took them to the Department of Internal Affairs of the Western District. One of the first such cases occurred in the summer: on August 15, the court approved a fine for Russian Alexei Veselov, who discussed the war with his wife in the dining room of the sanatorium, the denunciation was written by vacationers who heard the conversation.